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January 03, 2012


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Caren Gittleman

This was quite the review! Quite interesting!

I reviewed it as well on Cat Chat and I enjoy reading reviews that others have done on the books that I have reviewed as well because it is interesting to see the relevance it has for each of us.

We all "get" something different from each book that we review.

I thought the book was quite useful!

Artemisia, Fenris, Socks & Scylla

Great post Elvira.

We thinks lots of people think cats aren't very expensive while they see dogs especially large dogs as a major expense.

Mommy says because of his size (medium to large) everything is generally more expensive for Fen.

Great points about the myths surrounding shelter pets.

Fenris is a great example of how wonderful a Mutt can be.

We loves him to pieces.


Karen and Cody reviewed this too.

We're ignoring anything to do with budgets.

The humans are on a budget, we cats are not!



All that typing wore us out just thinking about it.

Didn't realize Whicky christened you a saucepot. How funny.

Good job, Elvira.

We're sure you will be doing more reviews.

The Meezers

that was a great review Elvira!

very good job - we look forward to more!


Oh yes, that pampering is good...budget, not so good.

Great review though, sounds purrty good!


Very good review, Elvira, and loved the questions.

I remember Whicky calling you a Total Saucepot, I wasn't sure if it was a compliment or what.

Ha ha. We sure miss Whicky.

And you, dear Elvira, do get some rest now, that was some first project.

Love & Purrs,
Mom ML & KC


Elvira, what a wonderful and thorough review, you must be exhausted.

It sounds like an interesting little book and we think that any publication that gets apes learning about their animal companions is good as it might lead to them seeking out more knowledge.

As cats, we aren't too keen on the budget aspect but these are hard times for many apes and know that cats can help keep costs down.

We wondered if the book mentioned declawing at all?

Whicky would be very proud of you Elvira!

Luff from
Oliver & Gerry

Elvira Mistress of Felinity

Thanks you, KC, and yes, I HAVE been getting my rest, and even have some special pictures to share soon. :-D

Oh, and yes, from what Daddy explained at the time, Whicky meant Totla Saucepot ast a compliment, hee, hee! :-D

Elvira Mistress of Felinity

Thank you, Oliver, and Gerry, for the kind words, and your thoughts.

As for Declawing, by george, I think you are right!

I should have caught that myself.

I went back into the Online Resources, Vet, and Dictionary, sections, for another look see and, while the procedure is not mentioned SPECIFICALLY, surgeries in general ARE.

I will mention this in a folow-up e-mail with the authors, and hopefully they will consider mentioning it in the next edition.

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